Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences in Mauritius

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A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an undergraduate course of study that takes students three to five years to complete.  While in school, students complete a variety of courses to prepare for additional education or future job opportunities.

Mauritius, officially the Republic of Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of the African continent.

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Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering – Ecole Centrale de Nantes

Medine Education Village
Campus Full time 4 years October 2017 Mauritius Quatre Bornes

Our Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering programme offers extended knowledge of mathematics and physics, in-depth knowledge of the selected engineering specialization and the basics of project management and business. [+]

Best Bachelors of Science in Natural Sciences in Mauritius 2017. Our Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering programme offers extended knowledge of mathematics and physics, in-depth knowledge of the selected engineering specialization and the basics of project management and business. In Year 4, our students chose to specialize in Civil engineering, Ocean engineering or Industrial engineering. The Ecole Centrale’s Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering (BSc. Eng.) has a total duration of eight semesters (four academic years). The programme is designed to attract the best and brightest students and prepare them to act as graduate professionals in the various fields of engineering. Courses in the Bachelor of Sciences (Hons) in Engineering involve a total of 10 months’ work experience as well as practical training in order to provide access to professional practice and to prepare students for professional careers. Next intake: October 2016 The annual tuition fee for the Bachelor degree has been set at 7,000 euros. This amount accounts for tuition fees only and do not include accommodation. [-]

BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full time 3 years

This 3 year programme emphasises the practical knowledge and field skills needed in modern conservation science. [+]

This 3 year programme emphasises the practical knowledge and field skills needed in modern conservation science. This BSc programme emphasises the practical knowledge and field skills needed in modern conservation science, and combines these skills with a strong theoretical foundation in endangered species recovery and wildlife conservation. The degree goes beyond broad biodiversity issues to deliver a problem-solving approach to wildlife conservation. WHY STUDY WITH US? - Become a member of a school and institution of international reputation, committed to conservation worldwide with emphasis on informing conservation policy and practice - Interact with staff members with wide range of specialist areas in the natural and/or social sciences thus enhancing your career propects. - Experience a unique interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research yielding comprehensive insights into the natural sciences and the human dimensions of conservation - Enhance you practical knowledge and field skills needed in modern conservation science through field trips and your own independent research project. - Make the most of our research led teaching and training in natural science aspects of conservation (including genetics, ecology, wildlife management and species reintroductions) together with training in the human dimensions of conservation (such as, environmental economics, international biodiversity regulation, the politics of climate change and work with rural communities). - Enjoy our laboratory facilities equipped with microscopes, various measuring devices and biological specimens for use during laboratory demonstrations and student research projects and a Mac computer laboratory. - Be part of a vibrant community of students and staff hosting seminars, field outings, debates etc. enriching your experience and transferable skills. Field Trips We aim at a minimum of two field trips per term. In the first year, for example, we run a module in the spring term on biodiversity monitoring and surveying, which consists almost entirely of fieldwork. At later stages in the degree there are optional residential courses at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey and the Danau Girang Field-Studies Centre in Sabah, Borneo. Careers According to recent employment statistics, Kent graduates are doing better than ever in the changeable job market. 85% of DICE graduates are in employment or full time-education within 6 months of graduating from this programme. The conservation and environmental sector is an expanding area for employment opportunities. Our graduates go into many kinds of work, including: - technical posts and/or consultancies involving ecological surveying - habitat management - species conservation - environmental education - community extension - national and international planning and policy Potential employers include local, regional and national UK government departments, voluntary organisations and the private sector, as well as European and international conservation and environmental organisations. Many of our graduates also go on to further postgraduate study. [-]